Why it matters: Last week, Nvidia's $54 billion acquisition of Arm chip maker was accelerated by concessions to European Union regulations. Unfortunately for the Titan GPU, this has not worked out entirely in their favor - its willingness to buy the British company has been hampered today as officials worry about how the deal will affect industry competition.
"The regulatory process is confidential. The deal helps transform Nvidia, which has been said to boost competition and innovation, including in the UK. Instead, it said franchises were not enough to address its concerns. Nvidia says it operates Arm as a supplier." to neutral technology amid customer concerns, including Qualcomm, Samsung Electronics, and Apple.
The Arm founder believes that if sales do end, it will be a disaster due to concerns about arm neutrality as Tanya has moved as the investigation begins.
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Nvidia's takeover of the $54 billion arm is tough, and competition fears remain